The Center for Healthy Communities HealthLink and AHEC Region IV present an annual series of continuing education seminars for health care professionals and interested community members. Seminars address current topics in health promotion and disease prevention, with special focus given to the underserved areas or populations in our community. HealthLink Seminars are held quarterly at Madison Lakes Learning and Conference Center in Montgomery County. In addition to an educational presentation, each seminar features local resources related to the topic under discussion.
Seminars for 2014
Click on the title for a seminar flyer (PDF). Seminar flyers will be posted as soon as they are available. Seminar topics are subject to change.
Sept. 9, 8:30 a..m.–12:15 p.m.:
Montgomery County Health Disparities: A Closer Look at Diverse Populations with Alzheimer’s Disease
This seminar will provide professionals with information related to health disparities and Alzheimer’s disease in Montgomery County. In addition, participants will learn about locally implemented strategies to reach diverse populations about Alzheimer’s disease and how to use this information to assist clients and their families. There is a $20 non-refundable registration fee. Payment must be received by Aug.26 to secure your registration.
Madison Lakes Learning & Conference Center
581 Olive Road
Dayton, Ohio 45427
Map to Madison Lakes Learning & Conference Center
Helpful hints for locating Madison Lakes Learning & Conference Center
From US-35 West: Take US-35 West out of Dayton.
At intersection of US-35/W. Third St., turn left to continue on US-35.
At first traffic light, turn right onto Olive Rd. Follow Olive Rd to Conference Center.
If you go straight at US-35/W. Third St. intersection, US-35 becomes OH-49.
You cannot get to Madison Lakes directly from OH-49.
Past HealthLink Seminars
Click on a topic to view a PDF of the seminar flyer
- March 11, 2014: Montgomery County Health Disparities: Do you really know?
- September 10, 2013: Infant Mortality in Ohio
- June 11, 2013: Ethical Dilemmas for Health and Social Services Professionals
- March 12, 2013: Ex-Offender Reentry: Challenges and Opportunities
- December 11, 2012: Responding to the Needs of Returning Veterans
- September 28, 2012: Cost of Poverty Experience
- June 12, 2012: Health Literacy: It's Time to Take It Seriously!
- March 12, 2012: Childhood Obesity: A Growing Challenge
- Dec. 13, 2011: Caring for Children: A Relative Situation
- Sept. 30, 2011: Preventing Violence to Improve Women's Health
- March 15, 2011: The Many Faces of Dementia
- Dec. 14, 2010: Navigating Resources: Where to Start
- Sept. 21, 2010: Increased Violence: Enough is Enough!
- June 15, 2010: Beautiful Minds: Mental Health & Recovery
- March 16, 2010: Ohio Benefit Bank: the Untapped Client Resource
- Dec 8, 2009: Provider Tool Kit for Challenging Client Situations
- Sept 22, 2009: Responding to the Needs of Returning Veterans
- June 16, 2009: When Disaster StrikesPlanning and Recovery
- March 24, 2009: Hard TimesCoping with Economic Change
- Feb 17, 2009: Ethical Dilemmas – Recognizing Boundaries (repeat)
- Dec. 2, 2008: Ethical Dilemmas – Recognizing Boundaries
- Sept. 16, 2008: Childhood Learning ChallengesImpact on the Family
- June 24, 2008: Feeding the Mind and Body of the Elderly
- March 25, 2008: Legal Awareness for Those Serving the Hispanic and Immigrant Community
- Dec. 11, 2007: Health LiteracyIt’s Time to Take It Seriously!
- Sept. 25, 2007: Housing and DisabilitiesThe Emerging Issues Affecting Fair Housing in the New Millennium
- June 26, 2007: Effectively Serving the Growing Hispanic Community
- March 20, 2007: Relatives Raising Children - Kinship Care
- Dec. 5, 2006: Family Holidays - Coping with Grief and Loss
- Sept. 26, 2006: Facing a New Health Crisis ... Job Loss, Financial Stress
- June 27, 2006 : Community Medical Services for Low Income Residents and Medicaid Managed Care
- March 28, 2006: Mental Health Services for Children and Adolescents
CHC HealthLink and AHEC Region IV Planning Committee
The CHC HealthLink and AHEC Region IV Planning Committee membership includes social workers, nurses, counselors and public health professionals in Montgomery County who work together to develop an annual series of educational seminars that address current topics in health promotion and disease prevention, with special focus given to the underserved areas or populations in our community.
Sharon Becker, Good Samaritan Health Ministries
Kristin Belcher, HelpLink 211
Amy Boyle, Retired Social Worker
Cindy Bradley, Center for Healthy Communities
Theresa Busher, Social Security Public Affairs
Kimberly Conner, Center for Healthy Communities
Michelle Cox, Sinclair Community College Nursing
Angela Dugger, AIDS Resource Center Ohio
Kimberley Freeman, Public Health—Dayton Montgomery County
Carla Lachecki, Center for Healthy Communities
Sr. Rose Morand, Retired Social Worker